So, this Friday, my last book in the Legend of Carter Gabel series will be released. Last Book. Whew, about three years ago, I didn't think this was ever going to be an option, let alone a completion of something. I've met some great people thus far and can't wait to meet a ton more. [...]
As an author, my general nature is to want everybody to read my story AND simultaneously hoping no one ever does. It's a strange dichotomy, I know, but I think I just love entertaining and hate when that falls short. Regardless, thanks to SnapChat, I have put together a wonderful skit of some of the [...]
One of my good friends has officially raced me to publishing three books and he has beat me in releasing now. Take a moment or two to look over his new cover and check into him on social media. Zach is a character and one of the nicest guys I've met on my journey. I'm [...]
A big thanks to Lindsay for taking the time to read AND review my sequel!
by Jonas Lee
Carter Gabel had to overcome a lot in the last year, and time travel as a side effect of his “genetic disease” was only the beginning. He’s lost his mother, reunited with his estranged father, crippled a city and destroyed his school. If he thought he could fade into the sunset, Carter has another thing coming.
A terrorist group known as Pirates has infiltrated his hometown to overthrow the Program designed to monitor those with potentially harmful abilities. Carter is a teenager, but he’s forced back into the mix as his grandson, David, has been put into a coma. He will have to try and stay out of sight as much as possible and work with new Eventuals along the way in order to stop the Pirates from turning Lincoln Square into a ghost town.
First I have to let y’all know that…
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A friend of mine is approaching the birth of her first book baby. This is as close to a gender surprise most authors will experience, BUT cover reveals are sacred and I am glad to be a part of it! Please go have a look and let her know how many copies you plan on [...]
Kate M. Colby has graciously tagged me in the 777 Challenge. The point of the challenge is to share seven lines from the seventh page of your current work-in-progress then tag seven writers to do the same. I’m sharing a portion of A Time to Die, the final chapter in my very first series. It's [...]